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mookster

grumpy sod
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Had a little revisit to Healings Mill yesterday as I was with a trio who hadn't been before, which ended up with us sharing the space with a group of six or seven kids who actually turned out to be pretty decent despite all their sports leisurewear. They went off and did their own thing which mainly involved making lots of noise and so we let them get on with that whilst we spent our time on the lower levels for a little bit. Then a few of them decided it would be a great laugh to run up and down the corrugated roof on one part of the building making a racket but anyway kids will be kids and all.

Turns out their antics had alerted the locals who had called the police and apparently the police had turned up and also sent a helicopter over which spooked the kids who all scarpered and left us - totally unknowingly - in peace. We only found all this out as we bumped into them again on the road outside the mill a good 45 minutes later, and realised that was the reason a police helicopter had buzzed low over the site just prior to us emerging out of the building!

Anyway I managed to see a couple of parts I had missed a few months back, it's still a good place to explore.









 

tigger

mog
Regular User
An plane.
Actually two or three were used to rebuild it many years ago. Such a shame to see it like that after so much hard work was put in restoring it about 40 years ago!
Is that the other spinner on the floor? I have a soft spot for Gannets and Buccaneers.
 

mookster

grumpy sod
Regular User
Actually two or three were used to rebuild it many years ago. Such a shame to see it like that after so much hard work was put in restoring it about 40 years ago!
Is that the other spinner on the floor? I have a soft spot for Gannets and Buccaneers.
It is indeed the second prop on the floor in front of it.

Having two contra-rotating propellers on the front has always intrigued me.
 

westernsultan

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
An plane.







The former RAF Lossiemouth gate guard was bought by Morris Leslie as an attraction to the Errol Sunday Market it has been slowly deteriorating and now its future is in doubt with plans to develop the airfield for housing and light industrial units.
 
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